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1625 Lakes Parkway

Lawrenceville, Ga 30019

(770) 876-6983

Kevin O’Lenick  

President

Kevin@surfatech.com

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Andrew O’Lenick 

Sales Service      

Andrew@surfatech.com

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Thomas O’Lenick PhD

Technical Director

Thomas@surfatech.com

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SurfaTech Corporation, founded in 1997, is a specialty chemical company specializing in naturally derived, sustainable polymers, primarily for the personal care market. These products find use in sun care, skin care and pigmented products. 

 

Spider Esters are a series of patented materials that are oil phases that encapsulate  polar materials. These esters are used to protect labile actives including sunscreen actives, salicylic acid, and peptides.

 

The Cosmosurf CE series of esters are line of citrate esters derived from natural raw materials including:

          Citric Acid

          Coconut Oil

          Corn  Oil

 

These products, covered by a number of SurfaTech patents, find application in skin care, sun care and pigmented products.

 

The Cosmosurf PG series of esters are a line of multi-domain polyesters derived from natural raw materials. These products, covered by a number of SurfaTech patents, find application in skin care, sun care and pigmented priducts. These materials provide water resistance in a variety of formulations including alcohol, oils, emulsions and invert emulsions.

 

The Cosmosurf DDG series of esters are a line of multi-domain esters derived from natural raw materials. These products, covered by a number of surfaTech patents, find application in skin care, sun care and pigmented products. These materials provide water resistance.

 

  • Regiospecific Glycerin Polysters Cosmosurf® RG

The Cosmosurf RG series of esters are a line of multi-domain esters derived from natural raw materials. These products, covered by a number of SurfaTech patents, find application in skin care, sun care and pigmented priducts. These materials provide water resistance in a variety of formulations including alcohol, oils, emulsions and invert emulsions.

 

 

Emollient Ester Listing (pdf)